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    Lyndon Johnson

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    his own Vice President, Lyndon Baines Johnson. An effective president is someone who shows equality, honesty and is passionate. The president should stay motivational throughout his/her presidency through his/her communication to the public. The president should lead with propriety and equality and focusing on the needs of the people. An effective president must direct the nation with perseverance, integrity, and must always be shining example to others. Lyndon B. Johnson was born on August 27,1908

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    Lyndon Johnson

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    Lyndon Johnson Lyndon Johnson led the country for five years (1963-1968) after President John Fitzgerald Kennedy died of gunshot wounds on November 22, 1963. He formulated many policies and carried out many others that Kennedy could not finish. He faced many foreign problems as well, including the Vietnam War and the Cold War. How he dealt with foreign problems put him near last if not last in foreign affairs, when compared to other presidents. Johnson always talked to tourists and met

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    Lyndon Baines Johnson

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    learning and learning must offer and escape from poverty” (Lyndon Baines Johnson). Lyndon Baines Johnson created the Great Society to stop poverty. Lyndon Baines Johnson stopped poverty by doing Health and Welfare Programs, Education, Housing and Urban Development Programs, and Consumer and Environmental and Protection. Lyndon Baines Johnson helped the the people of the United States out a lot by doing the Great Society Programs. Lyndon Baines Johnson created Health and Welfare Programs to help the people

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    Lyndon B. Johnson

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    presidency of Lyndon Baines Johnson could never be summed up in a word, a phrase or a sentence. Even hundreds of pages seem too few to capture the years of Johnson. Both books present Johnson as a political figure as powerful and memorable as Lincoln or FDR, each trying to show a complete picture of this huge man. History books will forever be puzzled by this enigma of a man, just as readers and students are. The biggest struggle is determining how one feels about the actions and effects of Johnson. Many

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    Lyndon Johnson is an intimate, complex and ambitious portrait of a President. He came to office with strong ambitions to emphasize equality for all, to generate hopes for the Great Society, and to reshape his America, but ultimately he withdrew from the political arena where he fought so hard. Johnson’s legacy started with a tragedy and ended with a tragedy: the story began with the cold bullet that went through his predecessor’s head, which enveloped the country with anger, chaos, and mourning,

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    Lyndon Baines Johnson

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    Lyndon Baines Johnson was born near Johnson City in southwestern Texas on August 27, 1908. He wasn*t born to a rich family, so he attended public schools in Blanco Country, Texas, and graduated from Johnson City High School in 1924. For the first year after college, Johnson taught public speaking and debate in a Houston high school. In 1931, Johnson campaigned for Richard M. Kleberg and was rewarded with an appointment as the new congressman*s secretary. During his four years as a congressional secretary

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    Lyndon Baines Johnson often known as LBJ. He was the 36th President of the United States in 1963 through 1969. A position he assumed after his service as the 37th Vice President of the United States. He is one of only four people who served in all four elected federal offices ofthe United States: Representative, Senator, Vice President, and President. Johnson, a Democrat from Texas, served as a United States Representative from 1937 to 1949 and as a Senator from 1949 to 1961, including six years

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    Lyndon B Johnson Essay

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    Lyndon B. Johnson's, a man who was raised from humble beginnings was able to rise up in politics from a Representative, to a Senator, to Vice President, and finally becoming our nation’s 36th President. Starting off his presidency with tragedy due to John F. Kennedy’s assassination, he took the position of extending the legacy of JFK’s visions and making them his own during his time in office. Although Lyndon B. Johnson is not viewed as one of our greatest presidents due to his foreign policies

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    negative than positive effects would hit the US and their allies. President Lyndon B Johnson took office after the assassination of JFK and now controlled a grieving nation. During the mid 1960s, Unites States President Lyndon B Johnson was forced to make a decision about the future in Vietnam. Any action he took would significantly affect those in the US who were still recovering from the death of a beloved president. Johnson and his advisors quickly narrowed their options down to three distinct options

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    The Life of Lyndon B Johnson

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    with shock and grief. Vice President Lyndon Baines Johnson was sworn in as the next president within hours after this tragic event. Because of his leadership, he was the building block to bring the nation back together and get through the death of our beloved deceased President. Lyndon Johnson, the 36th president, also known as “LBJ”, became one of the most outspoken and controversial leaders of America. Born on August 27, 1908 in Stowell, Texas, Lyndon Johnson grew up in a financially poor family

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